SERIES: What’s in your bike bag? – With Evan Morrison

Photo by Evan Morrison SERIES: What’s in your bike bag? – With Evan Morrison Inspired by the popularity of our Bike Spotting series, dandyhorse decided to take it up a notch in order to find out which items are most valuable – nay, … Continue reading

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SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Ride to Albion Hills

Story and photos by Alix Aylen Ride to Albion Hills I feel liberated and accomplished. I finally biked my way from my front door in Toronto to a campsite by the river and then back again within one weekend.  From … Continue reading

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Queen’s Quay officially reopens

A portion of the revitalized Martin Goodman Trail Queen’s Quay officially reopens  Story and photos by Claire McFarlane After two and a half years of construction, the new Queen’s Quay is finally complete. Waterfront Toronto held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony … Continue reading

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Cyclists attend first die-in protest at City Hall

Cyclists attend first die-in protest at City Hall Story and photos by Claire McFarlane Over a hundred cyclists attended the first ever die-in at Nathan Philips Square on Friday morning.

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Brick Works Family Bike Celebration

Nick, Liam and Nicole enjoying the festivities. Brick Works Family Bike Celebration By Claire McFarlane This past weekend, the Evergreen Brick Works co-hosted the first ever Family Bike Celebration along with Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop and The Bike Works. Families … Continue reading

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